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Oct
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answered scp from one remote server to another remote server
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Famous Question
Jul
9
asked ssh -X foo@host then su bar then run X app with local display, while bar also logged in?
Jul
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accepted Is there a way to bypass .zshrc on login?
Jul
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comment Is there a way to bypass .zshrc on login?
Yeah, but that's for starting zsh from another shell. You can't do that over SSH, right? As in ssh foo@example.com --alternative-zshrc=whatnot
Jul
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asked Is there a way to bypass .zshrc on login?
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awarded  Curious
Jun
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comment Using find to find symlinks that point to a certain pattern of files
I think the first option is better dealt with at serverfault.com/a/87643/96883
Jun
25
comment Centralising CUPS config
The individual machines still need configging to point to the centralised server... (I find CUPS flaky at the best of times, and it regularly loses printer definitions, which is why I'm looking for a way to automate this)
Jun
25
asked Centralising CUPS config
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awarded  Notable Question
May
22
comment How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
Thanks. I'll stick with the long work around, then!
May
22
accepted How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
May
20
comment How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
@jofel OK, thanks, I've edited the title accordingly.
May
20
comment How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
I don't get same behaviour. See edited question
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20
revised How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
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awarded  Editor
May
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revised How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
added 16 characters in body
May
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comment How to read over 4k input without new lines on a terminal?
@jofel I agree cat can read any data, e.g. cat my-data-in-a-file >foo would work fine. That's why I'm talking about readline (which I believe is used by the shell when reading from STDIN to pipe into a program). It's not an issue with the clipboard - I can easily paste it direct into -say- gvim. But I wanted to do it in a terminal.